Friday, September 1, 2017

"I   want to thank everyone here at Narconon. I have done meth for 24 years of my life and before coming here I hit rock bottom. I was suicidal, I was looking at some major jail time, and I had my family freaking out. I had an interventionist come to the house and he gave me an intervention.
“I have never been to a rehab before and he asked me if I would be willing to go to a drug rehab and I said yes. I asked him when and where and he said in half an hour we were going to Louisiana. Well, I got here at 2:30 AM and wasn’t in a good condition at all. I was sucked up, and I had no self-confidence. I was a total mess. I got checked in by Derek and Courtney. "

"I remember the first morning out of withdrawal everyone was so happy and nice.
“I was wondering why and what kind of drugs were they on. Well, I tried to leave here many times but they wouldn’t let me. Now I am graduating from this rehabilitation program and I don’t want to leave. I love all of the staff and students here. This program is so awesome. I feel so awesome now. I feel better than I ever have in my whole life. Thanks, Derek, Alex, Rowlands and all of the other staff here. I will show you how much you guys have done for me by being sober and succeeding in life the right and sober way.” —BN Narconon Graduate

Narconon New Life Retreat offers beautiful and comfortable facilities matched with a highly successful non 12 step program which results in higher success rate

Finding The Music

The journey back from drug addiction is different for each of us.  No matter where we come from or how our addiction affected us we can all learn from each other.

Stepping Stones to Recovery

 Life before Narconon was pretty much a big game to me, just not a survival one.  Life got to the point that I started to get amused by pain and I didn’t even care about anything anymore

Got My Life Back

How does someone wind up addicted to drugs? The truth is each person’s descent into drug addiction is different. This amazing story shows us a different perspective on how a person becomes addicted to drugs.

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